Physical Production

Neil Patel

Production Designer

Born in Wales, raised in Wisconsin and living in New York City, Neil Patel’s work has been seen in film, television, commercials, Broadway, international opera as well as the Venice Biennale.

Current projects include Laurence Fishburne’s HOW THEY DO IT IN THE MOVIES at the PAC NYC, Antoine Fuqua’s KING SHAKA (CBS/Showtime) and David Byrne’s THEATER OF THE MIND (Denver Center for Performing Arts/Arbutus).

Notable film and television projects include DICKINSON for AppleTV+ (Peabody Award), PRETTY LITTLE LIARS:ORIGINAL SIN for HBOMAX, SOME VELVET MORNING (TriBeCa Film Festival) for TriBeca Films, IN TREATMENT for HBO (Peabody Award), DIL DHADAKNE DO and LITTLE BOXES (TriBeCa Film Festival) for Netflix.

Commercial and music video work includes THE RECEIPT (AICP Shortlist) directed by Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen and the acclaimed TWENTY ONE PILOTS-LIVESTREAM EXPERIENCE directed by Jason Zada.

Exhibition designs include SPACE FORCE CONSTRUCTION for the VAC Foundation at the Palazzo Zattere which was included in the 2017 Venice Biennale.

Neil has twice been honored with an OBIE award for Sustained Excellence, won the Helen Hayes Award and has been nominated many times for Hewes, Lortel and Drama Desk Awards. He is a graduate of Yale College and studied scenography at the Academia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan.